A database storage unit that groups related logical structures together.

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Recovering logical space from a tablespace

I have a tablespace called DATA, and it is setup with auto-extend as false. This tablespace has two datafiles and is set up so it takes up 350 GB of physical space. A week ago I queried ...
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Moving postgresql data to different drive

I am using AWS as my cloud environment. I installed PostgreSQL on the same drive as my root instance volume. I have attached and mounted the second drive to my instance. Now I want to move all my ...
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Drop user did not reduce size of tablespace file

I have a development environment in which I frequently copy a certain schema. When I'm done with the copy, I will use OracleEM to drop that user/schema. My problem is that this does not seem to ...
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DB2: Is it good to create the index table space to use 32 KB data page

I found our DB2 server configs all the index into one table space. And it then defines the table space to use 32kb data page. Is this good? How to judge it? Any advice is welcome.
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How do I access a old saved tablespace after reinstalling postgres?

So a lot of things might have gone wrong here. I first installed postgres 9.3 on mac 9.1 via homebrew to manage some data. I am using postgres.app. Turns out my harddrive was too small so I decided to ...
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Is there a way to determine automatic storage table spaces?

First off, we are on both Windows and AIX and are using DB2 ESE 9.7 FP 4. I am trying to determine dynamically whether or not table spaces are set up via automatic storage or not (so we can ...
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Tablespaces in oracle

I understand that tablespace is a logical collection of tables and database objects. It could be made up of multiple data files (which is the physical collection of objects). Apart from this, what is ...